These 9 Vintage Levitation Posters Will Make Any Room Actually Look Cool

Whether you're gearing up for Levitation this weekend in Austin, Texas, or watching it from your laptop at home, everyone can take a piece home, thanks to the festival's stunning collection of vintage-inspired posters.

Designed for previous Levitation (aka, Austin Psych Fest) concerts over the years at various locations, the posters draw from classic psychedelic rock designs that left everyone feeling tuned in during the '70s.

Now, we can enjoy similar looks with modern connotations -- all for an inflation-adjusted price between $20 and $45.

Here are the best ones you should probably buy ASAP if you're looking to make your apartment Silver Lake chic.

Austin, 2016

Mollie Tuggle

To celebrate The Thurston Moore Band's performance at Levitation this year, the insanely talented Mollie Tuggle created a flower-power, desert dreamscape that harkens back to festivals of decades past.

France, 2014

Robin Gnista

Robin Gnista knows where it's at with this goddess-saturated work for the 2014 festival in France.

France, 2015

Arrache Toi Un Oeil

This gorgeous work of art, designed by Arrache Toi Un Oeil, has major Moby Dick vibes -- fitting, since it's promoting American band The Melvins.

Vancouver, 2015

Robin Gnista

This poster has a dual purpose of making you feel light as a feather and like you want to book a trip to Vancouver right this second.

Austin, 2015

Mollie Tuggle

Cassette tapes, mushrooms and extra long beards? I mean, what else could you possibly want?

France, 2015

Robin Gnista

Damn, Robin Gnista! Back at it again with the goddess starchild vibes for a Melody's Echo Chamber poster that'll rock anybody's living room.

Austin, 2015

Adam Pobiak

Designed by Adam Pobiak for Scottish rock band Primal Scream, this poster will have you reminiscing about popping "little dolls" while also feeling super glad you didn't actually live in the '60s.

Austin, 2013

CMRTYZ

Designed by CMRTYZ to commemorate the sixth annual Austin Psych Fest, this poster has a pop art look, mixed with super edgy '90s high school zine vibes. Perfect for the ironic nostalgist.

Austin, 2016

Arrache Toi Un Oeil

Could it be? The dawning of the age of Aquarius? It seems so.